Prague City council’s executive committee has decided to support the demolition of Libeň bridge, a 1928 construction with Cubist elements.
The Czech Republic’s biggest steelmaker, Arcelor Mittal Ostrava, will have to be in the hands of a new owner by January 1, 2019, under conditions to be set down by the
The cyclists’ organisation Auto*Mat has lodged a court complaint against Prague 1 district council’s move to introduce a daytime ban on bikes in large parts of the centre
The revenues of Czech music business increased last year by 11 percent to 834 million
The introduction of massively cheaper train and bus travel for Czech pensioners
French media have described it like a bomb exploding, the news that a Czech billionaire
The biggest Czech steelmaker and its home city of Ostrava are concerned they could be hit by a major ownership upheaval
For nearly 20 years, Czechs have been involved in saving the critically endangered Western Derby eland, the world’s largest
The south Bohemian town of Slavonice, which is known mainly for its uniquely preserved Gothic and Renaissance town houses,
Artist Sonya Darrow spends her time in the Czech Republic and in Iowa, two places where she feels at home. Her interesting
Kometa Brno defend Extraliga title for record 13th victory; Czech women set for home Fed Cup final; Plzeň’s lead extends
Archbishop, later Cardinal, Josef Beran, become a symbol of opposition to totalitarian regimes. He was dubbed the archbishop
In this series we present 100 songs which have gone down in the history of Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic. On Czech
The instant Kometa Brno secured victory to retain the ice hockey Extraliga title their fans began celebrating at the arena
What do you think of when you hear Czech Republic? Have you visited the country and what were your impressions? Who is your
Why not admire Prague’s tourist attractions from a boat?